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Perugia 1904

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January 26th, 2013 - 05:26 PM

Perugia 1904

Perugia 1904, our newest restoration, is reproduced with high resolution for superior large prints and is available now in the 'Potpourri' gallery of diverse and fascinating vintage images from around the globe and from different eras . . .


"Perugia 1904" . . . A view of Perugia, Italy ('Chain of Cities'). Showing a crowded street scene, flanked by walls of classic architecture and topped by a rose-colored bell-tower. With a statue pedestal (right foreground) the street, crowded with pedestrians, curves away through the canyon of buildings. From an original 20th century (1904) pencil and colored crayon drawing, 'Chain of Cities', by Joseph Pennell. All Rights Reserved 2013 padre art . . .

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This delightful drawing ~ and many other vintage woodcuts, illustrations, advertisements and magazine covers ~ can be found as designs on unique gift ideas in our online shop, 'Classic Old Photos' . . . Perugia 1904

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